Summary: After years of playing the Knockout Kings franchise, I was wondering what was so different with Fight Night 2004. The first thing I noticed was the controls. The default controls has the way you throw punches used by the right analog stick.
Summary: It says that this game is playable on both the origional xbox and the 360, but when I tried to play it on the 360 it glitched a lot and cut out a big chunk of the guys head..so I had to play hit on the normal xbox
Summary: I played through Fight Night 2004 back when it came out and had a lot of fun. Other reviewers have mentioned that different boxers have different approaches to being in the ring with you, and they are correct!
Summary: I got this game for Christmas of 2004, and I've had a total blast with it. The graphics and sound are top notched from EA! You can either fight with the large Fight Nite lineup or create your own boxer. So I created a 6'10 heavy with a mohawk and tatoes and named him the Irish Bull.
Summary: I had previously written a review proclaiming Knockout Kings 2002 to be a better game than Fight Night 2004. I was wrong. At the time, I was unaware that you could turn off the total punch control system and punch with the buttons... making the game much easier to control.
Summary: I've yet to play Fight Night Round 2... But I must say this is a really fun game. It has great control, great graphics and is pretty realistic. I don't know alot about real boxing, but this game had a decent number of characters and most of the big names I've heard of...
Summary: This is quite possibly the best boxing game ever! (once you get over the nostalgia of Mike Tyson's Punch-out...) The graphics are sweet even though video games are still plagued by the ongoing difficulty of generating the human face; but what the game lacks in graphics it more than makes up for in...